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Auburn, F. M. – Antarctic Law and Politics. Bancroft, Ann, Liv Arnesen, and Cheryl Dahle – No Horizon Is so Far: A Historic Journey across Antarctica.
Professor Auburn's work on the law and politics of Antarctica appears at a critical moment in the history of that continent. As he points out in his preface, Antarctic politics up to 1973 must be viewed against the comparatively static terms of the Antarctic Treaty of 1959. Article IV of the Treaty, which imposes a moratorium on claims to territorial sovereignty, conceals an inability of the participating states to resolve the question of sovereignty over Antarctica.
Antarctica does not belong to any one country or even to a group of countries (though there are "pending" . If your country is not an Antarctic Treaty state, you may face the same penalties according to the laws of the country whose jurisdiction applies in the part of Antarctic visited
Antarctica does not belong to any one country or even to a group of countries (though there are "pending" historical claims to its territory). Its lands (and ice and snow) have no nationality in the way that we understand it in the rest of the world. If your country is not an Antarctic Treaty state, you may face the same penalties according to the laws of the country whose jurisdiction applies in the part of Antarctic visited.
Antarctic Law and Politics. ISBN13:9780253307491.
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This book presents the official record of the conference on Antarctic Resources Policy, organised by the .
This book presents the official record of the conference on Antarctic Resources Policy, organised by the Institute of International Studies of the University of Chile in October 1982. This Book gives an insight into the legal issues concerning the Arctic and Antarctic. Discusses sovereignty of claimant nations over Antarctica, national interests of the South American nations, the Soviet Union and the US, the Antarctic Treaty and the systems which it has created, and jurisdiction. The potential for development of krill fishery and oil and gas exploitation is considered, both as a technological and economic problem and as an international political issue. It does not only discuss the general international law regulations applicable to the poles, but examines also the benefits of "soft-law" instruments relevant to the poles.
Results from Google Books. The author focuses throughout on issues of international law and the way present treaty arrangements relate to possible areas of dispute among countries seeking to make use of antarctic resources.
F. AUBURN, ANTARCTIC LAW AND POLITICS 147 (1982). What we are observing in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean is the creation of an interrelated set of legal regimes. 3. Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources, May 20, 1980, 33 .